What is IMBRA?
“The International Marriage Broker Regulation Act of 2005, also known as IMBRA, is a law that was enacted to reduce
abuse of marriage-based visa recipients. It adds a few safeguards to the screening process that are intended to
protect both the visa applicant and U.S. petitioner.”
For more information about IMBRA, you may view or download the whole and proceed to 119
STAT SEC. 833. Domestic Violence Information and Resources for Immigrants and Regulation of International Marriage
Brokers on page 112.
What exactly defines an international marriage broker?
According to US law, an International Marriage Broker’s primary business goal is to provide services for dating and matchmaking specifically between US citizens and
foreign nationals by providing personal contact information or facilitating communication between individuals.
TrulyAsian is founded and currently being operated by Rometic which is based in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. TrulyAsian has members
from the USA but is not considered as an International marriage broker since the whole business model revolves around making singles from all over the world connect
and make friends on a safe platform. It does charge rates to users regardless of age and/or citizenship. Finally, TrulyAsian does not disclose any of
its users’ contact information to anyone. That would depend entirely on the users if they would want to make contact outside of the website or not.
TrulyAsian holds the idea that marriage is a sacred bond between two people. We aspire to be a bridge for like-minded people to meet at our site and
connect. We, however, do not try to match our members up for marriage. Instead, we encourage them to be friends first and steps further from that are up to the two
To provide a safe platform for our users, we do screen our members and disable accounts which we think are dishonest, offending, and do not adhere to website
While we do suggest members whom they’ll likely want to be friends with, we don’t recommend whom they should marry regardless of gender, age or nationality. We do
however offer tips and advice on how to use the platform to search for particular members and make friends. The decision whether to meet people through our site
rests entirely on the users’ decision. Our main function is to be a platform for people to meet as friends first. Anything beyond that would be the user’s
In the event that you as a US Citizen would apply for a fiancé/spousal visa, you might be questioned if you and your partner met through a marriage broker. As
mentioned above, TrulyAsian is not a marriage broker and does not recommend its users whom to marry, therefore your answer should be No. If questioned
specifically where you met, you can and should state that you both met at libofun666.com. But for further clarification, we highly encourage that you
consult with your lawyer.
If you happen to meet someone on TrulyAsian and consider developing a relationship with them, we highly encourage that you do background research on
them, most especially if they’re a citizen from another country. We highly recommend you contact the appropriate government office or your personal attorney about
the technicalities of applying for a visa before getting engaged or married.